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Wednesday, 13 February 2013

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Adele told Piers Morgan that she has now eaten Big Macs in seven different countries. (Photo courtesy of Kirstie Alley).

NEW YORK CITY - Adele was in The Big Apple taking in the sites before flying back across the pond to her home in England.

She stated that she was amazed at the amounts of squirrels running around Central Park.

The London resident confessed that she had no idea that the little buggers (as she called them) loved eating M&Ms, Big Mac's, and Coney Island hot dogs.

The songstress who won a Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance was asked how she liked California.

She smiled and said that it was nice except for the fact that there are so many people walking around half-naked with all kinds of tattoos, body piercings, and tri-colored hair.

The 24-year-old songstress giggled and said in her strong British accent, "And dass just dee old folks, dee younger ones well blimey dey was bloody bloomin worse dey was."

Adele was asked about her red dress which some critics referred to as looking like a curtain from the Civil War epic motion picture Gone With The Wind while others called it a colorful Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus tent.

The beautiful singer simply giggled and replied that the freakin critics can call it whatever they want because she cares not since she is worth $45 million.

Tittle Tattle Tonight is reporting that Adele will be placing the dress on eBay and she has said that she will donate half of the proceeds to The First Lady's White House Christmas Party Fund.

In Other News. Justin Bieber has stated, that in order to regain some of his dignity after all of the talk about his pot smoking and speeding, that he is thinking about becoming a contestant on the next edition of Dancing With The Stars.

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